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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Tuesday 19th May



Butterflies and Dragonflies

Tuesday 19th May



In order to keep up with our time telling skills, whenever you see “WHAT’S THE TIME MR WOLF?” on the timetable, you should stop and tell the time. Record it in your journal so that we can see how you are getting on – parents if you could write a comment to let us know how accurate they were, this would be very helpful. 





9:00 – 9:30


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Reading – If you are in Read, Write Inc, Oxford Owl have made available the e-books relevant to your RWI level. You will need to create a login first so please visit:


Once you have confirmed your login on your email it will direct you to a page that says “Find a book” Please click on that and then follow the instructions below.


Click on e-books and find your relevant book colour to read. Please read the same book 3 times.

1st day – read to decode the words and make sure you can read every word in the book.

2nd day – read the book again and try to read with fluency and expression.

3rd day – read the book again and answer the comprehension questions at the end.


Please take part in the Speed Sounds lesson which is live streamed from:


Set 1 lesson is at 9:30am or 12:30pm (red, green & purple groups)

Set 2 lesson is at 10:00am or 1:00pm (pink, orange and yellow groups)

Set 3 lesson is at 10:30am or 1:30pm (blue and grey groups)



Please email your teacher to find out which group your child is in if you are not sure.


If you are in guided reading, please read the next chapter of “The Owl who was afraid of the dark” on the class page and complete the task.



9:30 – 9:45am

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Mental Arithmetic – 5 x table (division facts – inverse)



 Practise your division facts by playing this game:


Choose option A->B



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Do a chosen mindfulness activity e.g. drawing, going for a walk (if you can), dancing, listening to music and deep breathing etc.






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Breaktime - have a healthy snack and play.



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For the rest of this week in maths we shall be looking at statistics. As the challenge this week is about nutrition, we shall be carrying out some tasks relating to healthy consumption. Please keep a daily diary from Tuesday-Friday which records every time you eat a portion of fruit or veg and what is was that you ate. You will need this information to complete Friday’s task.



L.O. To explain how a pictogram shows information (remembering/understanding)

SC1: I can recall the features of a pictogram.

SC2: I can explain how this gives information.

SC3: I can explain how the pictures can represent different numbers.


Watch this video clip on pictograms:



Now watch my video tutorial on pictograms: 







Using the pictogram below, explain to a parent the following things as shown in the tutorial: what the features are, point them out and explain why they are important. Explain how it shows information and what information it shows and explain what each picture represents but what it could represent and how you know.





Maths continued


L.O. To interpret and construct pictograms (applying)

SC1: I can use a key on a pictogram to find out what each picture represents.

SC2: I can answer questions about a pictogram using the features.

SC3: I can construct my own pictogram.


Now that you have the knowledge about what a pictogram shows, open the document on the class page called ‘interpreting pictograms’ and answer the questions. Choose a challenge either 1, 2 or 3 depending on how confident you feel on this. Challenge 3 is the most challenging.


Construct your own pictogram showing how many of each type of fruit you have in your house. Watch my video tutorial which models how to do this: 






11:45 – 12:00

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Do a spelling scribble with our spellings for this week:


enjoyment, retirement, argument, amusement, payment, movement, assessment, merriment






Lunchtime and playtime







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2020 – Year of change.


LO: To be able to state when to use a capital letter and full stop (remembering)


SC1: I recall when to use a capital letter

SC2: I can recall when to use a full stop

SC3: I can define the term “proper noun”

SC4: I can identify where a capital letter should be used in a sentence


Watch the video tutorial  – Make sure you have a whiteboard and pen or pen and paper with you.






Now please watch the proper nouns song:




Task 1 – Can you go around your house and go on a capital letter hunt. You could take pictures of them on a phone or tablet. Can you find an example for:

1.      A start of a sentence

2.      The letter “I”

3.      For a proper noun


Task 2 – On the class website page you will find a set of sentences and for your task can you highlight or underline where you think there should be a capital letter. There might also have been some full stops missed out. Can you add in the full stops as well please?


Watch the self-assessment video.






Please send through pictures of your capital letter hunt, and also your sheet of sentences. We can’t wait to see your work.



LO: I can recall all the food groups (remembering)

SC1: I can state why humans need to eat

SC2: I can state all the food groups

SC3: I can state how much of each food group I should eat.


Task 1 - Watch this video


Can you take some notes on the video writing down why it is that humans need to eat?


Task 2 - Have a think, can you think of any food groups that you already know? Tell someone in your house if you can think of any.


Watch the video tutorial. 





Task 3 - On the class website you will find a powerpoint all about the Eat well plate. Have a read of this and then create your own Eat well plate for 10 items that you have in your cupboards/ fridge. Make sure you divide your plate into the right proportions for each of the food groups.


You might want to make your own Eat well plate out of a paper plate or cardboard if you have these things. If not there is a template on the class website.


Answer these self-assessment questions.

1.      Why do humans need to eat?

2.      What are the 5 food groups?

3.      How much of each food group do we need to eat?


Please send a copy of your Eat well plate to your class teacher.


















Complete the Joe Wicks workout below







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Story time


Watch a story read by Mrs Jones:








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